New Galactic Center X-ray Transient Detected by Swift: SWIFT J174540.7-290015


(Above: Crow. Ok… I get it? You can stop laughing now, you damn bird. Makes me wanna eat you even more!!) Well… One must admit when one has jumped the gun, and I may have been a tiny bit premature with my last post?? Maybe? Hell. You can’t blame me! Just read a couple posts … Continue reading

“Morals and Dogma of Freemasonry”: Discussion and Thoughts

Odin with his two Ravens Thought and Memory.

II. The Fellow-Craft I have started my third run through this book. After the second reading I told myself I must post my thoughts and open a discussion about the topics and the meanings Albert Pike writes about. Though it seems Mr. Pike was, well…. to put it politely and understatedly…. a product of his … Continue reading

Sgr A* vs. G2: Postmortem and What’s Next

From the Max Plank Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, showing the orbital path of G1 and G2.

A Short Review Observation of the stars in orbit around the Supermassive Black Hole (SMBH), Sgr A*, began in the early 1990s. At that time it was hypothesized that a SMBH existed at the center of our galaxy, but confirmation would not be possible until the orbits of the innermost stars could be determined. Finding … Continue reading

Draupnir: Odin’s Golden Armband


Image from the SWIFT monitoring of Sgr A*. In the stories of the Norse Religion, when Odin’s son is killed, at the funeral Odin places on his son an armband made of gold. Called Draupnir, this armband will drop 8 rings of equal weight on every 9th night. As I have watched the data from … Continue reading

Ice Totals Increasing, Trend To Continue?

Image from the U.S National Ice Center/ Naval Ice Center showing Total Ice in km^2.

  If one were to listen to just one side of the debate, the graph above could either confuse you or justify you. “Ha! Damn crazy hippies… Global warming is bullshit!!” or “Humanity is causing the planet to burn up at a faster and faster…. um, wait. WTF?!!” The divisive rhetoric spewed by both sides … Continue reading

X3 Solar Flare Moves FASTER Than Light

Waves like this, with a period of 22.6 years, eminate from the GC, causing our Sun's maximum and minimum cycle.

Our Sun has flared an X1 magnetic crochet. For the second time in less than a year, our Sun has shattered the speed of light. How no one can see this as the most important idea in all physics is beyond me. So, here is my post from November. No need to rewrite the original… … Continue reading

Sgr A* vs. G2- Coalescence At The Galactic Center

First, Dr. Gillessen of the MPE said in his last paper “even non-detections can be rewarding. And we encourage the reporting thereof.” As generous and gracious as he has been in his papers, this subtle statement makes me wonder if someone or some government agency has approached his team and attempted to stop reporting of… … Continue reading

X3 Solar Flare Moves FASTER Than Light

Waves like this, with a period of 22.6 years, eminate from the GC, causing our Sun's maximum and minimum cycle.

The following is from SOLAR FLARE CAUSES RARE ‘MAGNETIC CROCHET’: On Nov. 5th at 22:12 UT, the magnetic canopy of sunspot AR1890 erupted, producing a brief but intense X3-class solar flare. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the extreme ultraviolet flash: Radiation from the flare caused a surge in the ionization of Earth’s upper atmosphere–and this … Continue reading

The Equatorial Ozone Hole

March 26, 2013 image showing the amount of ozone in the ozone layer. White is higher amounts, red is lower. Source:

In March, 2012, a hole in the Ozone Layer above Greenland appeared suddenly. By the year’s end, a dramatic melting of Greenland’s ice sheet was observed. The Antarctic hole has become a thing of the past. And according to the UN, the ozone layer depletion has stopped. “Mission Accomplished!!” they said back  in 2010. Looking … Continue reading

Solar Cycle 24 – Solar Maximum Has Arrived

Magnetogram image from the Solar Dynamics Observatory, GSFC, NASA, November 1, 2012 @ 0430 UTC

Our Sun has a magnetic cycle that spans approxamately 22 years from peak to peak. In the above image, the positive and negative polarity is presented in a black vs. white presentation. For about 11 years, the polarity of the sunspots in the northern hemisphere cross the Sun in a black/white/black/white fashion, while the spots in … Continue reading


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